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'Alice Does Alice,' Free Download

Are you an Alice Cooper fan? (Okay, who isn't?) Anyway, Alice recently released a new EP called Alice Does Alice. Basically, it's five new recorded versions of some of his most famous tunes like "School's Out" and "Elected." I just happened to go to Alice's official website last night and noticed that he's giving away "Elected" right now as a free download, so make sure you go there and snatch that up.

If you want to buy the entire Alice Does Alice record, it's only $4.99. I'm seeing Alice in exactly one week - I can't wait. He is one of the most consistent live performers bar none. His shows are high energy and a hoot, too. Plus Keri Kelli is on the guitar! What more could a Glam girl want? The name of this tour is "Theatre of Death 2010." Seems fitting.

Now, what do I think of the new "Elected?" I think it's major win! I have the original on vinyl, which means it has that great, crackly sound. Plus, Alice's voice is younger. But still, this "new" version has some great screams and punched-up audio. I eagerly await Alice's 26th studio album.

Reader Comments (2)

I've always been a fringe fan, but "Along Came A Spider" brought me fully into the Cooper fold. I realize that he will probably perform mostly classic material at the concert, but I would love it if he played a few Spider tunes too.

Can't wait for the show (and the pre-show festivities!)
July 11, 2010 | Unregistered CommenterJT
not me. im glad they scrapped plans to make a part 2 of "along came a spider"

that cd just lacked bad in my opinion. i do like half of the cd though. vengeance is mine, catch me if you can, killed by love, the one that got away, i am the spider.

the other tracks seriously lack.

the last GREAT alice cooper cd to me was "brutal planet" and "dragontown" was kick ass as well.
March 22, 2011 | Unregistered Commenterjase

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